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Control flies to control economic losses
Flies can impact livestock performance by reducing weight gains, milk production and poor feed utilization. Learn how to control flies on your farm.
Celebrating the miracle cow
Two weeks ago, an older cow refused to stand after giving birth to a stillborn calf. Miraculously, she is recovering and continuing to improve.
Take precautions with early spring grazing
Early spring grazing can be risky. Take precautions and transition your herd to pasture slowly.
Almost time for lamb-nesia
Every winter around this time, baby lambs begin prancing through Eliza Blue's dreams — no matter how exhausted she was during the previous lambing season.
Adjusting feed requirements for cold weather
Learn how to increase and supplement feed for livestock when the weather is colder to account for the metabolic changes that keep them warm.
A Thanksgiving to remember
Eliza Blue enjoyed one of the most enjoyable Thanksgivings she can remember this year, hosting a good friend and her daughter from across South Dakota.
Ohio food banks looking for protein sources from farmers
The state committed $15 million from Ohio’s American Rescue Plan Act funds to procure meat, dairy and eggs from Ohio farmers.
How to supplement animals on pasture
Consider the cost and energy density of feedstuffs when making the decision to supplement animals on pasture.
As an amateur goat wrangler with years of experience, Kym Seabolt offers up her primer on the care and keeping of flight-risk livestock.
Managing black vultures presents new challenges for Ohio farmers
Over the last few decades, black vultures have moved north into states including Ohio, presenting a new threat for cattle and other livestock.